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  1. Building True Multipolarity: The 4th Political Theory w/Aleksandr Dugin

    Building True Multipolarity: The 4th Political Theory w/Aleksandr Dugin

  2. Eurasia: perspectives of multipolarity & Fourth Political Theory (London 2013)

    The End Of The Present World Conference, that was held on the 12th October 2013, at a prestigious venue in central London, explored alternative potentialities offered by the declining American unipolar world and the nascent Fourth Political Theory.

  3. The Point: China, Russia 'struggling against Western hegemony'

    The Point: China, Russia 'struggling against Western hegemony'

  4. Shanghai Lecture 3 Multipolarity, unipolarity, hegemony 多极 单极 霸权

    International Relations & Geopolitics 国际政治 和 地缘政治 Academic course of prof. Alexander Dugin (杜金教授的学术课程) 4 lectures (四个讲座) 1. International Relations (国际关系) 2. Geopolitics (地缘政治) 3. Multipolarity, unipolarity, hegemony (多极 单极 霸权) 4. China in IR, geopolitics, globalization, hegemony (在国际关系中的中国 地缘政治 全球化 霸权) Shangkhai Lecture 3 Multipolarity, unipolarity, hegemony 多极 单极 霸权 Unipolarity 单极: meaning of concept Ideological unipolarity Hegemony: readings Different meanings of hegemony Strategical dimension Greek word Leading Power Hegemony as unipolarity (Gilpin) Relative hegemony (Mearscheimer) Globalist version (CFR) Neoconservative version Trump version of New Liberal Order Main question: hegemony or hegemonieS Multipolarity 多极 Multipolarity多极 vs Unipolarity单极 Multipolarity多极 vs Globalism 全球化 Multipolarity多极 vs Multilateralism 多边主义 Multipolarity多极 vs Hegemony 霸权 (in Singular) Multipolarity多极 vs hegemony 霸权 (as strategical hegemony) Multipolarity多极 vs hegemony 霸权 (as ideological hegemony) Multipolarity多极 vs hegemony 霸权 (as Gramscist hegemony) Multipolarity多极 is not Caesarism Multipolarity is Pluriversum

  5. Shanghai Dugin's Lecture. Theory of Multipolar World 多极世界理论

    China Institute, Fudan University 复旦大学 中国研究院 Multipolar approach (多极即) Theory of Multipolar World 多极世界理论 Eurasianism 欧亚大陆 4th Political Theory 第四政治理论 Chinese school Zhao Tingyang (赵汀阳) - Tianxia Tixi - 天下体系 - Middle Empire Yan Xuetong (阎学通) – 王道外交 Zhang Weiwei (张维为) China model (中国模式) Qin Yaqing (秦亚青) – I Ching (易经 ) in IR Theory 关系理论 -- relations European New Right (Alain de Benoist) Latin America school La Teoría de la Insubordinación Fundante (Marcelo Gullo Omodeo - Argentina) O Meridianalismo (Andre Martin – Brazil) Norberto Ceresole - peronismo de izqierda

  6. The Global Conference on Multipolarity

    The goal-setting motive of our world online congress is the actualization of discussion about multipolarity on a global scale at a high intellectual level.

    By multipolarity, we mean not just loyalty to the Westphalian system based on the recognition of national sovereignty, but the balance of "great space", states-continents that unite various peoples and political entities on the basis of belonging to a particular civilization - Chinese, Russian, Islamic, Indian, Western European, Latin American, African, etc.

    United under the auspices of the thesis that the peoples of the world are essentially thoughts of God, the event will feature politicians, experts, scientists, philosophers, journalists, writers and public figures from around the globe, including the states of East, South and West Asia, Pacific Ocean, Eurasia, Europe, Africa, South and North America.

    The meeting is organized with the support of Nova Resistência (Brazil), the New International Order Initiative (Turkey), the International Eurasian Movement (Russia), the Thinkers Forum (China) and the International Movement of Russophiles.

    We invite you to become spectators of the conference, which will bring together representatives of various civilizations and cultures, embodying the diversity of the world.

    Our common goal is to imagine this coming, new and better world order, to propose its outlines, to formulate ideological principles - beyond the obsessive Western ideologies of the New Age.

    The detailed program of the webinar can be found below.

    1. Opening of the conference – 7.00 a.m. (Moscow time), 12.00 p.m. (Beijing time)


    1. Nikolay Malinov – Chairman of the International Rusophile Movement and Chairman of the National Rusophile Movement in Bulgaria

    4. Alexander Dugin (Russia) – Head of International Eurasian Movement, Director of Tsargrad Institute

    4. Rafael Machado – Head of Nova Resistência (Brazil) – initiator of the conference.

    2. East and South Asia and the Pacific

    7.20 am Moscow time (12.20 pm Beijing time). Duration: 2 hours.

    Moderator: Wenqing Wu – China (Thinkers' Forum).


    Zhang Weiwei (China)- professor of international relations at Fudan University in Shanghai.

    Li Xiguang (China)- professor of Tsinghua University, director of Tsinghua University International Center for Communication Studies.

    Vivek Valapoil (India) — independent researcher,  co-founder of "Smart Haiti" project

    Atul Aneja (India) –  journalist and writer. The Strategic Affairs Editor at The Hindu newspaper.

    Shahzada Rahim (Pakistan)  –  journalist and commentator, political scientist

    Cynthia McKinney (USA-Bangladesh) – an American politician and activist, former member of the US House of Representatives and the Green Party's nominee for President in 2008.

    Dr. Tawfique Haque (Bangladesh) – Professor, Department of Political Science and Sociology (Chair), South Asian Institute of Policy and Governance (Director),  the founder of the Mercy Mission movement.

    Maram Susli (Australia) – aka "Syrian Girl," is a Syrian activist and commentator, who lives in Australia.

    Connie Bakrie (Indonesia) – Indonesian entrepreneur and philanthropist. The founder of the Bakrie Center Foundation, which supports education and entrepreneurship programs in Indonesia.

    Dr. Naing Swe Oo – founder and Executive Director of the Thayniga Institute for Strategic Studies, Senior Advisor of the Myanmar Institute of Strategic and International Studies

    Senator Sehar Kamran (Pakistan) – politician and former member of the Senate of Pakistan.

    Kimura Mitsuhiro (Japan)- thistorian and professor at the University of Tokyo

    Ross Alexander Cameron  (Australia) – political scientist and commentator. A research fellow at the University of Canberra's National Security

    Matthew Robson (New Zealand) — former deputy leader of the Progressive Party, and served in the Parliament for about 10 years. Former Minister for Disarmament and Arms Control and former Deputy Foreign Minister of New Zealand (1999-2002)

    Khin Maung Zaw (Myanmar) – Joint Secretary of the Myanmar Institute of Strategic and International Studies

    Mukadda Bruce Shillingsworth (Australia) – Native Australian activist, participant in numerous protests for indigenous rights in Australia, human rights defender.

    3. West Asia

    Starts at 9.20 Moscow time (9.20 Ankara time). Duration: 1 hour.

    Moderator: Berke Mustafa Berkil – Turkey (The New International Order Initiative)


    dr. Doğu Perinçek (Türkiye) – chairman of the Patriotic Party (Vatan)

    Hanieh Tarkian  (Iran) – Geopolitical analyst&Islamic Lecturer

    Amal Wahdan (Palestine) – Civil rights activist

    Farid Al-Shohof (Syria) – independent researcher

    Zeinab Mehanna (Lebanon) – journalist, Islamic scholar

    Zeinab al Safar (Iraq) – Iraqi-Lebanese TV Host, Chief Editor, Executive Producer & Academic Researcher.

    Erol Ugurlu (Turkey) – Head of the Turkish-Russian Friendship House

    Bouchra Al Khalil (Lebanon) – lawyer, ex-defenders of former Iraqi president Saddam Hussein

    Foad Izadi (Iran) –  Associate Professor of Faculty of World Studies (Tehran University)

    4. Eurasia

    Starts at 10.20 a.m. Moscow time. Duration – 2 hours

    Moderator: Leonid Savin – Russia (Tsargrad Institute)


    Ardzinba Inal Batovich (Abkhazia) – Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Abkhazia

    Sergey Glazyev (Russia) – current member of the board for integration and macroeconomics of the Eurasian Economic Commission. Adviser to the President of the Russian Federation.

    Konstantin Malofeev (Russia) – Deputy Chairman of the World Russian People's Council, founder of Tsargrad TV, Chairman of Tsargrad

    Vladimir Berezovsky (Uzbekistan) – journalist, editor in chief of the Internet publication, human rights defender

    Rishabh Sethi (India) – Master scholar of International relations, Tver state university, Expert analyst of International relations

    Mirbashirooglu Elshad (Azerbaijan) – Member of Parliament (Milli Majlis) of the Republic of Azerbaijan, Member of Board of the New Azerbaijan Party.

    Mammadov Elshad  (Azerbaijan) – Professor, Odlar Yurdu University.

    Regina Sysoeva (Kazakhstan) – international expert

    Maxim  Kramarenko (Kazakhstan) – Deputy Chairman of the World Coordination Council of Russian Compatriots.

    Babukhanyan Hayk (Armenia) – Leader of "Strong Armenia with Russia. For a New Union", Chairman of the "Constitutional Right" Union

    Tagaev Mamed  (Kyrgyzstan) – Director of Institute of Russian Language of KSUU, Dr. Philological sciences, professor – "Dialogue of languages and cultures in Great Eurasia".

    Irina Tadtaeva (South Ossetia) – Scholar at A. Tibilov South Ossetian State University

    Erdenechuluun Lusan (Mongolia) – former Minister of Foreign Affairs of Mongolia.

    Azarenok Grigory  (Belarus) – journalist, broadcaster

    Lushch Sergey  – (Belarus), head of public organization "Young Russia", deputy chairman of the Coordination Council of Russian Compatriot Organizations

    Kornilov Alexander (Estonia) -Head of

    Rosca Yuri (Moldova) – journalist, former Deputy Prime Minister of the Republic of Moldova.

    Shirinov Olim  (Tajikistan) – blogger

    Pepe Escobar (Brazil), international journalist, geopolitical analyst (now in Moscow, coming to the studio at 12.00).

    12.00 – Lanfranco Cirillo (Russia-Italy) – architect, businessman.

    5. Europe

    Starts at 12.30 p.m. Moscow time. Time in Rome (GMT+2) – 1.20 p.m. Duration: 4 hours.

    Moderator: Lorenzo Pacini (Italy) – political scientist, expert of the International Eurasian Movement.


    Jan Carnogursky (Slovakia) – Prime Minister of the Slovak Republic within Czechoslovakia in 1991-1992

    Roger Jürg Köppel (Switzerland) – publisher and editor-in-chief at the weekly magazine Die Weltwoche

    Srđan Mazalica (Bosnia and Herzegovina) – A member of the National Assembly of the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina

    Waldemar Herdt (Germany) – Businessman, former member of the German parliament (Bundestag)

    Alexander Markovics (Austria) – Editor-in-chief of Agora Europa, historian, Secretary General of the Suvorov Institute.

    Johann Bäckman (Finland) – Human rights activist, scholar, sociologist, criminologist

    Markku Siira (Finland) – Geopolitical analyst

    Refoyo Enrique (Spain) – political scientist, translator

    Marvin Atudorei (Romania) – President of Non-Aligned Countries Forum, PhD in Philosophy, writer, journalist. Romania Civica TV.

    Lorenzo Pacini (Italy) – professor of political philosophy and geopolitics, and Italian referee for International Eurasian Movement

    Robert Steuckers (Belgium) – essayist and politician.

    Mateusz Piskorski (Poland) – Polish politician, lecturer, political scientist and journalist, member of the Fifth Sejm

    Juan Antonio Aguilar (Spain) – Director of Spanish Institute of Geopolitics

    Guy Mettan (Switzerland) – politician, political scientist and journalist, the founder of the Swiss Press Club in Geneva.

    Alexander Wolfheze (Netherlands/Hungary) – philosopher, writer

    Andreja Lovic (Serbia) – Political scientist, security policy analyst

    Javier de Lara (Spain) – independent researcher

    Diego Fusaro (Italy) - philosopher and lecturer in history of philosophy

    Dimitrios Konstantakopoulos (Greece) – independent researcher, Former adviser to the Greek Prime Minister Andreas Papandreou and former Member of Secretariat of the Central Committee of the SYRIZA Party

    Yannis Rachiotis (Greece) – Lawyer, public figure

    Nikola Avreiski (Bulgaria) – an international scholar

    Alastair Crooke (Great Britain) – Former British diplomat, founder and director of the Conflicts Forum

    Keith Bennett (Great Britain) – Co-Editor of Friends of Socialist China and also the Editor of the International Manifesto Group

    Pierre Tonna (Malta) – Entrepreneur

    Mikis Filaniotis (Cyprus) – Member of the International Russophile Movement

    Eliseo Bertolasi (Italy) – Anthropologist, political scientist, independent journalist

    Luís Ribeiro (Portugal) – Journalist and Geopolitical Analyst

    Alexandre Guerreiro (Portugal) – Political and Security Analyst Academic, UNHRC TV Commentator

    Zmago Jelinčič Plemeniti (Slovenia) – Chairman of the Slovenian National Party (Vodja stanka SNS)

    Nuño Rodríguez (Spain) – Political Scientist & Analyst

    Gonzalo Collado (Italy-Argentina) – Analyst, specialist in Geopolitics, International Security and Global Affairs

    Guillermo Rocafort (Spain) –  PhD in economics, specially in predatory funds. University professor

    Joaquin Flores (US) – Mexican-American journalist and analyst and director of Center for Syncretic Studies.

    Bobana Andjelkovic (Serbia) – independent researcher

    Branislav Tapuskovic (Serbia) – Lawyer, former defender of Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic

    Vladimir Kršljanin (Serbia) – Vice President of the International Slavic Academy of Sciences, Education, Arts and Culture, High Advisor to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia

    Elie Hatem (France) – international lawyer

    Fabrice Sorlin (France) – political scientist, journalist.

    Laurent James (France) – philosopher and writer

    Lucien Cerise (France) – author, geopolitician

    Arnaud Develay  (France) – an international human rights lawyer, member of the Washington State Bar (USA) and the Paris Bar (France).

    Youssef Hindi (France) – Political analyst, journalist, philosopher

    Pierre-Antoine Plaquevent (France)  – author, journalist

    Eftim Kletnikov (North Macedonia) – poet, translator.

    6.  Africa

    Starts at 16:30 Moscow time. Time in West Africa (GMT 0) is 1.30 pm. Duration: 1 hour.

    Moderator: Souleymane Anta Ndiaye – Senegal (Vice-President of the International Russophile Movement).


    Kemi Seba (Benin) – a Pan-Africanist political leader, the head of his NGO Urgences Panafricanistes

    Dr. Franklin Nyamsi (Cameroon) – philosopher, writer

    Barré Osman (Somalia) – independent researcher – speaker in doubt

    Smaine Djella (Algeria) –  professor, permanent researcher in CRASC (Centre of Research in Social and Cultural Anthropology)

    Amadou Tidiane Wone (Senegal) – Former Senegalese Ambassador to Canada, former Senegalese Minister of Culture

    Dr. Abdelaziz Messaoudi (Tunisia) – Vice-President of the International Association of Friends of Crimea

    Adama Diabate (Mali) – Activist in the non-governmental organisation Group of Patriots of Mali (GPM)

    Fatoumata Sidibe (Mali) – Chairman of the Sports Medicine Commission of the National Olympic and Sports Committee of Mali

    Younoussou Doukansy (Mali) – Youth Secretary of the Group of Patriots of Mali.

    Amadou Sekou Gambi (Mali) – Chairman of the Malian Association of Students and Lovers of the Russian Language

    Souleymane Ndiaye (Senegal) – Vice-President of the International Russophile Movement

    Osvaldo Mboko (Angola) – Political columnist, TV commentator

    Khule Skosana (South Africa) – Member of the interim leadership of the youth league of the ruling African National Congress (ANC) party

    Tapsoba Ludovic (Burkina Faso) – Chairman of the association of former Soviet/Russian university students

    Dereck Meriton (Seychelles) – Youth empowerment Seychelles (YES) activist

    Patricia Kalinga (Zambia) – Head of the ZAMRUS Association of Soviet/Russian Graduates

    Iubinda Habazoka (Zambia) – President of the Economic Association of Zambia

    Mekki Mohamed Said (Algeria) – Professor at Algiers 3 University

    7. South and North America block.

    Starts at 17.30 Moscow time. 11:30 am Eastern Brazil (GMT-3).
    Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes

    Moderator: Raphael Machado – Nova Resistência (Brazil)


    Israel Lira (Peru) writer, director of the Center of Crisolist Studies of Peru.

    Raphael Machado (Brazil) – Head of Nova Resistência

    Lucas Leiroz (Brazil) journalist, secretary of foreign relations of Nova Resistência.

    Juan Gabriel Caro Rivera (Colombia) –  metapolitical and geopolitical analyst, founder of Vanguardia Colombia

    Carlos Mamami  (Peru) –  geopolitical analyst, Director of the think-tank Proyecto Patria

    Vicente Quintero (Venezuela) – Venezuelan social scientist

    Alberto Buela (Argentina) — philosopher, geopolitician

    Luis Bozzo (Chile)-  philosopher and national director of Chilean Center of Patriotic Studies

    Manuel Espinoza (Nicaragua) – geopolitical analyst, Director of the Regional Center of International Analysis of Nicaragua

    Mauricio Ramirez (Costa Rica) –  journalist, director of the think-tank AsiaTV

    Sergio Arria (Venezuela) – Vice-Minister of Culture of Venezuela

    Jose Francisco Herrera (Costa Rica) — independent researcher

    Gabriela Cultelly (Uruguay)  – historian, economist and member of Intelectuals and Artists in Defense of Humanity Network.

    Dr. Scott Bennett (USA) – Distinguished Professor of Political Science at the Pennsylvania State University.

    Prof. Alexandre Hage (Brazil) – independent researcher

    Juan Miguel Díaz Ferrer (Venezuela) – professor, ex-Vice-Minister of Culture of Venezuela

    Marcelo Ramírez (Argentina) — independent researcher

    Mario Padilla (Cuba) – professor of the Center of the investigations of international politics.

    Hugo Moldiz (Bolivia) –  journalist, ex-Minister of Government of Bolivia

    8. Closing of the conference: 20.00-20.10 (Moscow time) — 14.00 — 14.10 Eastern Brazil (GMT-3).:

    Rafael Machado, Head of Nova Resistência (Brazil)